The classic 2002 Nike Dunk Low “Viotech” inspires this Nike Air Max 90 “Viotech,” as it incorporates the original vibrant color scheme first applied on the skateboarding silhouette. Sporting a color block finish of University Red, Pale Vanilla, and Hyper Grape, the runner is composed of premium suede, while “Viotech” is actually the name of the purple hue featured on the silhouette. Finishing details consist of black leather tongue labels, a white midsole and purple/yellow rubber outsole.
Another colorway of the Nike Air Max2 Light will be releasing soon. This time around the Air Max model that made its debut way back in 1994 will come dressed in a clean White, Black and Pink color scheme.
This Nike Air Max2 Light starts off with a Black mesh upper contrasted by the White leather overlays. More of the same hues can be found on areas such as the midsole, lining, tongue and laces. Adding some color to the shoe are the Pink accents noted on the Air Max unit, side panel Swoosh branding and the Air Max branding on the tongue.
Check out the official images of the upcoming Nike Air Max 720 Black Jersey Mesh. This new iteration of the Nike Air Max 720 opts for a Triple Black finish consisting of an all-Black upper constructed out of a breathable jersey mesh and plastic overlays. The all-Black motif extends on to the branding, laces, lining and Air Max sole unit.
Having released in the Viotech 2.0 colorway last month, Nike is taking it back to the OG as the Nike Air Max 90 will now be dropping in the original Viotech colorway that debuted on the Nike Dunk Low back in 2002.
Covered in an official color scheme of University Red, Pale Vanilla, and Hyper Grape, this Air Max 90 comes is one of the most colorful iterations we’ve ever seen. The colorful suede upper is offset . by grey detailing on the laces and tongue, and black on the eyelets and inner liner. A white midsole with an orange Air Max unit and a purple/orange rubber outsole round out the look,
You think you’ve seen everything the Nike Air VaporMax has to offer? Think again! With the rain and snow only a few months away, Nike is prepping us with their latest VaporMax iteration, the Nike Air VaporMax FlyKnit Gaiter ISPA.
Part of Nike’s new ISPA series, this new altered version of the VaporMax is essentially the OG version equipped with its full Flyknit upper and VaporMax sole unit, but comes with a removable gaiter shell that covers the entire transforming it into a tall boot. Details include reflective detailing, a zipper closure and pixelated Swoosh branding on the side panels. The two color options seen above include Black/Rust Pink-Deep Royal-Black and Metallic Silver/Black-White-Metallic Silver.
Already having given us some bright and vibrant color options, Nike is keeping it grown and sexy with this next iteration of the Nike Air Max 270 React. Opting for a tonal and muted down look, this new colorway of the Nike Air Max 270 React takes on a tonal beige look all throughout the upper which takes on an eclectic mix of materials, including transparent paneling on the toe and side panels. Textured leather detailing on the toe and upper eyelets, a white React midsole with a translucent Air Max 270 heel unit, and a milky white rubber outsole wrap things up on this women’s colorway of the Nike Air Max 270 React that will be releasing in the near future for $150. Is this a cop or drop?